Article | January 31, 2013

Business Continuity vs. BDR: What's the Difference

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Downtime is not an option.  Understanding RTO (recovery time objective) is a key to knowing the difference between BDR and intelligent business continuity.  This article highlights the differences between BDR and intelligent business continuity

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If a business does not have the proper planning and the correct solutions in place, servers or workstations vital to a business’ function could potentially be down for hours, days, or ever weeks depending on the level of damage and/or the amount of data that needs to be recovered. Depending on how critical this data is to the business, this could potentially lead to a business losing clients, revenue, or in a worst case scenario, being forced to close its doors for good.

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